Diseases

Eczema: sources and notes

Authors : Dr. Nicolas Evrard, Audrey Amaury and Dr. Ada Picard.

Sources :

- JR. Manciet, Eczemas, AKOS (Treatise on Medicine), 2001.
- CDEF, Item 114 - Cutaneous and mucosal allergies in children and adults: contact eczema, Annals of Dermatology and Venereology, Volume 139, issue 11S (October 2012).

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